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Appendix A - What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You: The importance of family violence screening tools for family law practitioners

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Aug 5, 2016 ...What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You: The importance of family violence screening tools for family law practitioners Previous Page Table of Contents Next Page Appendix A Informational Interview Subject Sectors Text version – Informational Interview Subject Sectors This is a pie chart. The purple wedge says 11 (76%) The yellow wedge says 4 (18%) The bright blue

Methodology - What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You: The importance of family violence screening tools for family law practitioners

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Aug 5, 2016 ...What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You: The importance of family violence screening tools for family law practitioners Previous Page Table of Contents Next Page Methodology FVST Working Group In order to draw on the expertise of a broad base of professionals, an FVST Working Group was assembled to support the research, analysis and development of recommendations

Figure 5 - Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition

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May 14, 2002 ...Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition Back to Chapter 1 Table of Contents Figure 5: Proportion of Children in Private Households by Family Type (1996) Source: Statistics Canada."1996 Census: Marital Status, Common-Law Unions and Families" in The Daily. Description Back to Chapter 1 Table of Contents Date modified: 2015-01

Figure 2- Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition

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May 14, 2002 ...Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition Back to Chapter 1 Table of Contents Figure 2: Families with Children by Family Type (1986-1996) Source: Statistics Canada."1996 Census: Marital Status, Common-Law Unions and Families" in The Daily. Description Back to Chapter 1 Table of Contents Date modified: 2015-01-07

The Role of Trauma - What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You: The importance of family violence screening tools for family law practitioners

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Aug 5, 2016 ...What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You: The importance of family violence screening tools for family law practitioners Previous Page Table of Contents Next Page The Role of Trauma Judith Herman introduced the concept of ongoing trauma in situations of violence against women in her groundbreaking 1992 book, Trauma and Recovery: the aftermath of violence from

Description 3 - Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition

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May 14, 2002 ...Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition Back to Figure 3 Table of Contents Figure 2: Families with Children by Family Type (1986-1996) Bar Graph, Single Parent, Common-Law, Marriage Common Law-Before, Marriage No Common-Law Before, 1963, 1973, 1983, 1993, Birth Cohorts Back to Figure 3 Table of Contents Date modified: 2015-01

Description 3 - Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition

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May 14, 2002 ...Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition Back to Figure 2 Table of Contents Figure 2: Families with Children by Family Type (1986-1996) Bar Graph, Lone Parent, Common-Law Couples, Married Couple, 1986, 1991, 1996 Back to Figure 2 Table of Contents Date modified: 2015-01-07

Description 11 - Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition

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May 14, 2002 ...Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition Back to Figure 11 Table of Contents Figure 11: Distribution of Children Aged 0-11 and of Children From Broken Families, According to Type of Parents' Union-Canada-NLSCY 1994-1995 Pie chart All Children: 13% Common Law, 3% Common-Law Married, 32% Marriage Common-Law Before, 52% Marriage

Description 5 - Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition

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May 14, 2002 ...Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition Back to Figure 5 Table of Contents Figure 5: Proportion of Children in Private Households by Family Type (1996) Pie Chart, 73% Married Couple, 10% Common-Law Couple, 2% Male Lone Parnet, 15% Female Lone Parent Back to Figure 5 Table of Contents Date modified: 2015-01-07

Description 1 - Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition

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May 14, 2002 ...Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition Back to Figure 1 Table of Contents Figure 1: Family Type as a Proportion of all Families (1996) Pie Chart, Married Couples with Children 45%, Married Couples without Children 29%, Lone-Parent Families 15%, Common-Law Couple with Children 6%, Common-Law Couples without Children 6% Back

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